H&K did make a .45eric said:i want a 45 but i dont think hk makes a 45 just a 40sw.thats where the glock comes in. i just want to get some input before i buy.
:crackup: My uncle had one of these once, and the best word to suit them truely is "hand cannon". But as far as "self defense" goes, they ain't worth much, unless you just plan to scare the offender by showing it to them first. Just my .02 though.garth285 said:Gold edition Desert Eagle .50 cal :-D
my boss has one that I want sooo bad
Reloads are always a slightly riskier way to go IMO. Most folks that are good at it just narrow those risks down a bit more from experience. Personally I have never used reloads as I don't target shoot enough to make it beneficial in the pocketbook. Also, on this subject, you NEVER want to use reloads in a defensive situation, as lawyers will eat that sh** up in court. It's been done before - "He was loading his own bullets with the intention of making them kill better" (or something of the like). If you use them, keep the reloads at the gun range, and the store bought stuff loaded by the bedside :wink:Spacecoast 10R said:Go with the Glock. My Model 19 has never jambed with new amunition. Never ever use reloads in a Glock. I found out the hard way why not to.